God Made a Vault – Genesis 1:7

Ok, so we admit it. Last time we dipped out of the NIV and into the King James Version. We like “firmament” better than we like “vault”. We’re back on track now though, and we’ll try to keep from getting mixed up again. God made a vault…

God Made a Vault
Genesis 1:7 So God made the vault and separated the water under the vault from the water above it. And it was so.

Our most used pictorgram, God returns, continuing on with his acts of creation. He creates the firmam…<cough>…vault that he proposed in the last verse. The dome of the vault is then used to separate the primordial waters, so there are waters above the vault, and waters below the vault.

And it was so. All of these separate constellations of pictograms are joined by plus signs, clearly indicating the importance of their juxtaposition.

God Made a Vault!

And we’ll continue to make pictographic interpretations of the Bible. We’re expanding out to and trying to spread the good word a little further, so you can find us on Twitter and Instagram! If you like what we’re doing here, head over there and give us a follow to help us share it with everyone.

There are 31 verses in the first chapter of Genesis, so we’re not even one third of the way there! We hope you’ll stick with us, because Genesis 1:8 is on the way! In bible time, we’ll have only completed the second day by the end of the next post. We’re really excited because we get another new pictogram! We won’t spoil the surprise, so you just have to come back and see it when we post!

In the meantime, you could take a look at the whole IKEABIBLE, or check out some of our other blog articles.  Or maybe check us out on Pinterest.

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